Dubai, UAE (PRWEB) June 29, 2012
The seminar attended by officials from prominent South Korean companies, was aimed at further strengthening relations with South Korean investors, and providing information on the highly advanced and modern facilities on offer at the Dubai free zone, highlighting the way in which Korean companies can have unrivalled access to the facilities and services that can help them meet their strategic investment goals.
The UAE is the largest commercial partner for Korea in the Middle East with a trade volume amounting to approximately $23 billion (AED 83 billion), while Korea is one of UAE’s largest investor in commodities and services in IT, automotive, contracting, and energy.
“During the seminar, we achieved great success in generating interest from Korean companies. We look forward to helping more South Korean companies tap into the region’s blooming markets to reach their strategic goals,” said Mr. Jamal Bin Marghoob, Acting Director of Marketing and Corporate Communications.
“As the region’s foremost business hub, DAFZA is exceptionally equipped to understand the specific needs of international companies, and therefore offer customized services to help them set up and operate smoothly and profitably.”
DAFZA was ranked the best free zone in the Middle East for the second consecutive year. The drive to attract global trade partnerships has seen the premier Freezone collaborate with key South Korean and UAE organizations like the Middle East Business Association (MEBA), Korean Trade Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), among others.